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CSPAN
Oct 3, 2012 8:00pm EDT
down, you would be able to tell the winner of the debate. mitt romney always looking at president and we're told that he had been coached in the debating address the president, walk specifically through your plans, point one point two, point three. he stuck to that. mitt romney -- president obama looked down most of the time. even when mitt romney made a joke in the expense. he still kept looking down. it begs a question when was mitt romney the last lump or at least this mitt romney the exraint we're bringing john editor in chief in to the conversation that complaint about mitt romney was that he could not stay on message. that he could not talk about the middle class. he could not talk about jobs, that he could not come off as likable. on every one of those tonight, check, check, check, check. why tonight? >> and begin we shall obviously much more time than we have. it seems to me that he in order to get a performance like this, he has to get himself in a sigh displace in intellectual place. he has to organize his mind and spirit, if you will. and is a say what do i need do. mit
CSPAN
Oct 1, 2012 8:30pm EDT
the same point down in florida the other day. governor romney heard me say that to you can't make change just from washington. and somehow we got all excited about this. he changed his speech and said i'm going to make change from the inside. and it got me thinking, well, what kind of inside job is he talking about? [laughter] is he talking about the inside job where outsourcers are writing the tax code? is he talking about the inside job where oil companies are writing the energy plan or health insurance companies are writing the insurance plans? is he talking about the inside job where a bunch of men in washington decide women can't make their own health care decisions? because it that the inside job that he's talking about, we don't want it. we don't need it. [cheers] [applause] change is not only going to happen when ordinary americans, it has to happen when ordinary americans work together with their elected representatives to make all of our voices heard. that is how change happens. so the question then is how hard are you willing to work for a? how hard are you willing to work for
CSPAN
Oct 2, 2012 8:00pm EDT
standards to go down to federal standards. mckenna: congressmen jay inslee tries to minimize that with the reference to mitt romney. it is transparent and kind of funny. back to the matter is when we are talking about the federal standards and state standards, we should be looking for harmony. if it was adequate, why would we try to make the state standard cover. that means that people have to comply with up to three different standards for the local government standards, the state standard and the federal standard. an example would be, for example, shoreline regulation. you have to go through the local permit and requirement under the critical areas requirement. and in the federal department imposed by the army corps of engineers. what makes sense is to harmonize those requirements as much as possible. sometimes we want to have a higher standard, but the idea that we should automatically do so just doesn't make sense. it is just a knee-jerk response that imposes a lot of needless costs that are not identified. >> moderator: you get 30 seconds to respond. inslee: what i have
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